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... the top of the cliff rock. The temperature dropped as we became more exposed to the open cliff face. We then walked along to Hotnarko Falls. Unfortunately there was not a lot of water flowing, however I could imagine it would be quite spectacular in the spring as the snow melts and comes rushing down the mountain. It was a very interesting walk and the views were incredible.
We headed back to the lodge, ...
... Prince George, where we stopped for coffee on 7th July and stopped again today. Our day had been lakes, rivers, pine forests and low mountains today. Lovely travel day. Camp at McLeese Lake. Our first "full" campsite (we got the last but one spot) in a busy site on the banks of a lake. Our neighbours had two very barky/yappy dogs that woke us up too ...
We are still waiting for the part to arrive from Victoria. Isn't that crazy?
But you know all about waiting for parts Brenda.
However, Williams Lake isn't the worst place to be broken down in.
Yesterday we walked to this nice Bird sanctuary island and biked around the area today.
Hope that the part will be here tomorrow.
... t do it justice. We had 3 car sick, Madison, Buster and Harry....
There were some serious purple knuckles on the trip with an extremely winding road. 88km of winding road through the Rockies which took us over 2 hours. Luckily no vomit! Harry just lay on the floor and when we stopped he jumped out of Rosie and his legs collapsed. Very funny.
... to the Irish Pub to eat, there was the most friendly part owner who spent quite a long time talking to us. Then when we got ready to pay our bill, he wouldn't take money. For dessert we walked up to DQ, the most popular place on town, for my hot fudge sundae, a disappointment. The streets seem to roll up very early here. Also most of the businesses are banks and financial offices. Have seen very few, actually no, real estate offices or ...